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Skin Cancers

Skin cancers manifest themselves in the form of color changes and swelling in a local area on the skin surface. Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Malignant Melanoma are among the most common skin cancers.

Dermoscopic examination is important in the diagnosis of skin cancers, but the definitive diagnosis is made by biopsy. Risk factors for skin cancers are ionizing radiation, chemical exposure, immunosuppression and genetic predisposition, especially ultraviolet exposure.

The risk is increased in light-skinned individuals with yellow-red hair and blue-green eye color. Malignant melanoma is a skin cancer that is important for early diagnosis and follow-up because it can develop from the existing mole and has a high risk of organ metastasis other than the skin. Asymmetry, shape and color irregularities, size enlargement, itching and bleeding in the present mole are important.

What is Jalupro Youth Serum?

Jalupro is a mesotherapy product, also known as youth serum, approved by the Ministry of Health.

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